SOLE Sport Footbeds
SOLE Sport Footbeds
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SOLE Sport footbeds provide just the right amount of stability, cushion, and support for any activity. Designed to work in unison with the biodynamics of your foot, this insole keeps your foot in a balanced, neutral position and evenly distributes pressure to help relieve fatigue ... Read More

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haro5419
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May 15, 2019
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Just received mine. The packaging could be better, it came with plastic holder that attached to the product. Thick n pronounced arch support, not suitable for low volume shoe. I ordered a size L but the cutout only marked US10.5 and US11.
May 15, 2019
glennac
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Mar 28, 2019
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Tried these for the first time in a pair of dress shoes for about 4 hours and they were fine. Then a whole day on my feet yesterday in a pair of Altra Escalantes. I figured I might have some discomfort the next day since I dived right in without much ‘break in’. But I feel great the next day.  Definitely noticeable arch support. Enough to draw my attention to it often throughout the day. Making me think I might have discomfort the next day. But no soreness or sign that I had been wearing them all day the day before. I can definitely see how these might be helpful for those with flat feet or Plantar fasciitis, but that the corrective nature of these insoles might take some getting used to initially. Reviews state these “mold” to your feet over time. So if the correctivness of these are extreme for you, it appears that this may ease with repeated wearing. Bear in mind that these are not intended to provide much more cushioning than your shoe already supplies. What these are designed to do is shape your foot into a more natural posture. If cushioning is what you need more than arch support then look at gel insoles instead. I have a pair of the “Work” versions of these coming soon so perhaps they are different than these “Sport” ones in the area of cushioning. But again, I don’t think that’s the intent of these insoles. Overall, a good experience so far.
Mar 28, 2019
AndrewI
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Mar 27, 2019
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How thick are these? I had to return the EV signature foot beds because they were way too thick.
Mar 27, 2019
glennac
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Mar 28, 2019
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The additional few mms is noticeable to me but not extreme. Bear in mind, SOLE recommends removing the insole of the shoe before inserting these, so you shouldn’t notice a dramatic difference. I, however, want to be able to try these insoles in several different shoes so I’m not making the alterations the manufacturer is recommending. Which means I’m having to loosen my laces wider. I typically buy shoes that are ½ size larger anyways so that’s not a problem for me. But if your shoes are already tight, you’ll need to remove the glued in sole and replace it with these.
Mar 28, 2019
usmale
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Mar 1, 2019
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The $6.95 shipping charge for a 4oz package seems abusive.
Mar 1, 2019
glennac
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Mar 26, 2019
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What’s are folks griping about? What do you expect the shipping to be for a package this large? If the footbeds were $23.95 and shipping was $4.95 would that somehow be more psychologically acceptable? $27 total is still way cheaper than what you’ll find on AMZ or Sole’s own site. Because of their size they do come in a huge 19 x 14 padded envelope.
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Mar 26, 2019
scope
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Mar 27, 2019
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glennac is right, but I get it. We live in a world where its either free or its like a nominal $10 shipping charge for a case of wine. Priority mail is exactly $6.95 for the envelope these should fit in, but do we really want to pay everyday shipping charges when we kinda figure that a company like this doesn't pay an everyday rate for shipping? I don't. But I did. At the end of the day, its total coming out of my checking that matters. With shipping, if its just a good deal instead of a crazy good deal, that still works for me.
Mar 27, 2019
glennac
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Feb 24, 2019
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Well, jumping on board the SOLE Train ;-) for the first time. This is from someone that has simply been using Dr Shoals Gel insoles. On my feet all day in a hospital setting. Any observations on what I can expect? Thanks!
Feb 24, 2019
marts_sum
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Feb 26, 2019
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I've been using them for about a month now, working on concrete floors in a warehouse and my feet are so much better than they were. I had some plantar fasciitis problems but I think these really help, no more arch pain. I had tried the Dr Shoals insoles too and they're pretty flimsy with poor support in comparison.
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Feb 26, 2019
Dannyvp
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Feb 24, 2019
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I wish I would have noticed that shipping charge. $6.95
Feb 24, 2019
Coltrabagar
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Feb 26, 2019
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I know. But the email description says free shipping in the US. What gives?
Feb 26, 2019
Dannyvp
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Feb 26, 2019
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Well they charged me $6.95.
Feb 26, 2019
hasanone
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Jan 3, 2019
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Is this product $24.99 for a pair or a single insole?
Jan 3, 2019
CanadaGoose
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Jan 3, 2019
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It is for one pair (L+R) of insoles. It would be an interesting concept, selling only one insole, but how would you know if you would be getting the left or the right? 🤣
Jan 3, 2019
hasanone
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Jan 3, 2019
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Hah. I've been burned once assuming I'd get a pair of something and only getting a single instead. Thank you for clarifying.
Jan 3, 2019
CanadaGoose
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Jan 1, 2019
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Please drop the Active footbeds next: https://www.massdrop.com/buy/sole-active-footbeds#overview 96 people (including me 😎) still waiting for them.... 👍
Jan 1, 2019
chaseat99
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Jan 1, 2019
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Nice to see you at the Gathering, chase
Jan 1, 2019
t_retzlaff1969
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Jan 1, 2019
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Wish they made them in a XXL size for my 16 4E wide foot
Jan 1, 2019
chaseat99
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Jan 1, 2019
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I love SOLE insoles. I've backpacked over 23,000 miles and trail run too. These are the ones that work for me. SOLE Signature EV Ultra-U, Blue, 10 M US

            Jan 1, 2019
            RayF
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            Jan 2, 2019
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            How long do they last?
            Jan 2, 2019
            chaseat99
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            Jan 2, 2019
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            They lasted me for an AT Thru hike 2000+ miles. I generally replace them every year or around 1000 miles backpacking plus I wear the same shoes everyday walking or running. Put another way the ensoles last through two pairs of shoes (Brooks Cascadia).
            Jan 2, 2019
            nickelrocket
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            Dec 2, 2018
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            I am hoping to replace my hiking shoes soles with these. Would it be worth it to just layer on top of existing insole for more padding from the terrain?
            Dec 2, 2018
            bookworm13
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            Dec 8, 2018
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            Most insoles are contoured to the shape of your feet so if you double layer them it would fit strangely. Better to get a thicker insole replacement with some cushioning in them. This drop doesn't have that but SOLE does sell one that might work for you: https://www.amazon.com/Active-Thick-Footbed-Insoles-Women/dp/B01KNJ3JWS
            Dec 8, 2018
            RayF
            8506
            Nov 28, 2018
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            If I sauté these in some oil and serve them with Fava beans and a nice Chianti--would that make them Sole food?
            Nov 28, 2018
            Swayne
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            Feb 28, 2019
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            ... So you thought I said, "They had still taste like feet." I guess if you thought I said that, you'd probably imagine me eating my insoles (hmmmmm, did you imagine me saying "would" or "had" with that last contraction?). Well, allow me to correct this misconception: one's poor usage of grammar does not necessarily imply one makes poor nutritional choices.
            Feb 28, 2019
            RayF
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            Feb 28, 2019
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            Can't tell you how relieved I am to hear that.
            Feb 28, 2019
            Moogin
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            Sep 24, 2018
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            Did this last drop complete? I joined but am unclear as to whether they will ship out or not? I don’t use this site much but it seemed like a decent deal on some insoles!
            Sep 24, 2018
            Papabear
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            Nov 28, 2018
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            mine arrived with no problem, and i lived in asia. quality wise, i think its one of the best insoles out there. though i haven't tested birkenstock insoles (heard great rave on them)
            Nov 28, 2018
            CanadaGoose
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            Sep 13, 2018
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            I've been keeping an eye out here, looking to try one of these Sole brand footbeds, but have been unsure of which model to try. I have decided on the "Active" series, and have requested it here: https://www.massdrop.com/buy/sole-active-footbeds#overview . In my research, I came across a June 2018 YouTube video review on this particular model (the "Sport") which may prove useful to folks considering it. The reviewer has not just "unboxed" these, but actually worn them and put some miles on them, both on pavement as well as dirt trail. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qH8r6K3KLpU
            Sep 13, 2018
            CanadaGoose
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            Sep 14, 2018
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            The Active model looks to be a little more rigid (more supportive) than the Sport, which is more flexible for use in softer sneakers, runners, and tennis shoes; in other words, a step up in support and comfort from the insoles that come with those shoes. The Active can also be used with these, but also with hiking shoes and boots which is what I am looking for. Also, the Sport is only available in medium cushioning (1.6 mm), where the Active also comes available in thick cushioning (3.2 mm). I figure that when backpacking, you can't go wrong with more support and more cushioning :-)
            Sep 14, 2018
            CanadaGoose
            66
            Sep 14, 2018
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            Sep 14, 2018
            etaillefer
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            Sep 13, 2018
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            I have "flat feet", would these soles be a good buy, for say, work in an office?
            Sep 13, 2018
            ZOSNESS
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            Sep 15, 2018
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            Yes and if they feel too agressive you don’t want to wait to wear mold them naturally you can heat mold them easily with the provided instructions to speed up the process.
            Sep 15, 2018
            cbhiker
            5
            Sep 17, 2018
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            Yes, that's what I did. I have spent a fortune on various insoles including custom-made ones and these are the best I have ever used.
            Sep 17, 2018
            ZOSNESS
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            Sep 13, 2018
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            The size chart for women’s “S“ was off, women’s Small is actually 7.5-9.
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            Sep 13, 2018
            CanadaGoose
            66
            May 10, 2018
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            Can someone provide clarification on the differences between the "sport", "active", and "performance" series, please? And, is there a real benefit to the models with the cork base? Looking to use these for backpacking as a customizable upgrade for the superfeet green... https://media.yoursole.com/media/ysdotcom/images/products/footbeds/Insole-Footbed-Comparison-Grid.pdf Thank you
            May 10, 2018
            ZOSNESS
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            May 13, 2018
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            The Active was just offered, but the build quality on SOLE Sport is at least as good as Superfeet Green. SOLE has much better value proposition than many other insole brands.
            May 13, 2018
            CanadaGoose
            66
            May 13, 2018
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            I was not aware that the Active had already been offered, so I searched for it: https://www.massdrop.com/buy/sole-active-footbeds#description . I see that you have commented there also, and have now further increased my base knowledge of this product. Thanks for your reply!
            May 13, 2018
            Berlygirl
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            May 9, 2018
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            Anyone ever use these?
            May 9, 2018
            Detex
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            May 9, 2018
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            Have you compared these to superfeet green? I am in the market for another pair of Superfeet but this may be better.
            May 9, 2018
            ADVcyclist
            125
            May 9, 2018
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            Yes, those are what I used previously and believe the SOLE version to be superior.
            May 9, 2018
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